Re. Reblog of “What Does It Take to Move a Mountain?”

Last night I wanted to send my Followers a reblog of that post with the comment below. Unfortunately I was unattentive and this has been reblogged on my German main blog. If you want to view the post on my German blog please click on this link.

“…if I have a faith that can move mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.” (1 Corinthians 13:2/NIV).

Here my comment:

This has been my first post on faith that can move a mountain and love. It is a creative post. Faith to move a mountain might refer to the confidence to take great efforts in achieving certain goals. You can also take it to refer to the faith that is required to experience divine miracles. My post is meant to point to the need of pursuing goals that are worthwhile. Also love ought to be an aspect under consideration. I think of the poor cow and the poor sheep neglected by their owner. How many other good things did he not do while he strained himself to remove a mountain beside his house! Years went by only for him to finally realise that the original condition was better than what he achieved.
Sorry, I did not write a new post for today. Yet I hope this can give you some inspiration too!

To view my original post please click here!

Again sorry for the mistake! I hope things will work out all right next week.

 

 

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About christenfindenruhe

Auf meinem deutschen Blog möchte ich kurze Texte über Matthäus 11 Verse 28 bis 30 veröffentlichen und die frohe Botschaft von Jesus Christus anschaulich machen. Es lohnt sich, Jesus Christus zu vertrauen. On my new English blog "Motivation of Christian Love" I am sharing my thoughts on 1 Corinthians 13 and other bible texts.
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